Wrangell, Alaska, US
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Approximately 4 Hours
Meals not included
World-class Pacific Ocean fishing takes place in the abundant waters of the famed Inside Passage of Alaska. Experience spectacular scenery and calm waters while fishing for a multitude of sought-after species, including salmon and halibut.
It's 'captain's choice' for the best chance of a catch based on whatever news the captain has been hearing and what is seasonal.
Your vessel has an enclosed, heated cabin, marine toilet and a galley with tables and bench seating. The aft deck is a large fishing platform. Fishing is limited to four persons per vessel, giving ample room per angler.
It is normally a very short distance from Wrangell to the fishing grounds -- a quick boat ride (usually 30 minutes or less) that ensures you will spend most of your time actually fishing rather than just getting there.
Adventure awaits you the minute you arrive, whether you are seasoned angler or experiencing fishing for the first time. Small groups, experienced guides, fast and comfortable boats, and equal opportunity for anglers separates this fishing experience from the rest.
Enjoy Your Catch -- a Seabourn exclusive. Hook a fish on this shore excursion and bring it on board to savor at the dinner table. At no additional charge, your catch is deliciously prepared for you by the Seabourn culinary team at The Restaurant or The Colonnade -- a super-fresh, ocean-to-plate celebration.
Please note: Your catch can be professionally processed and shipped to your home address in the U.S. for an additional fee. The purchase of a fishing license and tags aboard the charter boat is helps to optimize your fishing time. Beverages are available on board. Fishing gear, tackle and bait are provided. Alaska State law requires a valid one-day fishing license, which can be purchased for US$25 cash from your fishing boat captain along with a US$15 cash king salmon stamp. Minimum age is 12 years. A catch is likely but is not guaranteed. Dress warmly in layers.